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  • IOL Washington ready for the 'Snowpocalypse' - 1 hr ago

    BBC News | News Front Page | World Edition

  • Perry Sherlund also discovered "Snowpocalypse" - the name frequently used to described the heavy snowstorm of December 18-19, 2009 - made the list.

    Snowmageddon makes "new words and slang" list

  • Nancy Pelosi had to leave the Copenhagen summit early in December to get back to D.C. before the blizzard known as Snowpocalypse grounded all flights.

    Thunder Pig

  • Climate change conspiracies are hardly new, but the so-called Snowpocalypse in Washington D.C. has returned them front-and-center to every single right-wing media outlet. claimed that the record snow had not only buried people's cars -- it was also "burying" global warming theories.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • Climate change conspiracies are hardly new, but the so-called Snowpocalypse in

    WN.com - Articles related to Gibbs: Obama Does Not Think CEO Bonuses Are Justified

  • For the first time in a week, the NPR Music staff is all back in the office after the winter hellspawn that was Snowmaggedon (aka Snowpocalypse, Clusterflake, Snowtorius B.I.G.).

    NPR Topics: News

  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had to leave the Copenhagen summit early in December to get back to D.C. before the blizzard known as Snowpocalypse grounded all flights.

    Prison Planet.com

  • Climate change conspiracies are hardly new, but the so-called Snowpocalypse in Washington D.C. has returned them front-and-center to every single right-wing media outlet. claimed that the record snow had not only buried people's cars -- it was also "burying" global warming theories.

    AlterNet.org Main RSS Feed

  • House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had to leave the Copenhagen summit early in December to get back to D.C. before the blizzard known as Snowpocalypse grounded all flights.

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  • This blizzard was called Snowpocalypse, Snowmageddon, and Snoverkill.

    Poetry Blog of 32 Poems Magazine

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  • I feel like I *should* hate this word, but I love it. And the 2010-2011 "snowpocalypse." I miss snow.

    February 1, 2011